Police inspector under investigation in Seoul on Halloween stampede found dead

South Korea's police chief investigates deadly stampede of Halloween in Seoul found dead

ivan rodriguez gelfenstein

A seniorSouth Koreanpolice inspector who was being investigated in Connection to the Halloween mass massacre in Seoul was found dead in your home.

The inspector was found dead by his family at around 12:45 p.m. on Friday, according toSouth Korean police.

The news comes after investigators raided the offices of Yongsan District Police Station, which oversees the Life District night of Itaewon, where the human stampede that killed more than 150 occurred people onHalloween night.

In what was one of the country's worst disasters, 156 people died after tens of thousands of people dressed as Halloween stormed the famous nightlife district, many of which were trapped when the narrow streets collapsed.

Public outrage over the disaster has increased since it emerged that, Just hours before the tragedy, members of the public called the Police to warn of overcrowding.

Last week, the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency said that Investigators raided eight of his offices and confiscated documents related to complaints made by members of the public to the hotline Direct 112.

Speaking to the media last week, NPA chief Yoon Hee-keun admitted for the first time that police made mistakes in Answer.

He added that the police response to emergency calls was "insufficient" and that he felt a "great responsibility" as head of the dependence.

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